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Detecting Fraudulent Responses to Online Surveys by Laura Beals and Barbara Perry

Hello! We are Laura Beals and Barbara Perry, internal evaluators at Jewish Family & Children’s Service, a large social-service agency located outside of Boston, MA. We have been gathering feedback from clients and other constituents via surveys, often online, for many years, but we recently completed a needs assessment project in which we also wanted …

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BLP Week: Kate Rohrbaugh on Useful Topical Interest Group (TIG) Tools

My name is Kate Rohrbaugh and I am Co-Chair of the Business, Leadership, and Performance TIG along with Michelle Baron.  I’m a Research Team Leader at a consulting firm in Virginia leading a group studying capital project organizations and teams in the process industries.  Today I’d like to talk about the renaming of our TIG …

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Ian Shadrick on Accessibility During and After Your Potent Presentation

Hello, I am Ian Shadrick, program coordinator of graduate programs in Blindness and Low Vision and Orientation & Mobility at Missouri State University. As a follow up to some of great tips provided in Creating Presentation Potent for All, I’d like to talk to you today about some additional methods to ensure full inclusion of …

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Jessica Foster on Maximizing Survey Response Rates

Hello, I’m Jessica Foster, a Research and Evaluation Analyst at Franklin County Children Services.  Our agency provides child protective services for the Central Ohio area.  During the course of my career, I have administered many surveys to a variety of stakeholders and clients.  I’ve learned from my work and from the experiences shared by my …

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Susan Kistler on Lessons Learned Using Online Survey Software

My name is Susan Kistler and I am AEA’s Executive Director. I contribute each Saturday’s post to the aea365 blog. This week, Lois Ritter and Tessa Robinette gave a great (free!) webinar for AEA comparing Surveymonkey and Zoomerang, helping to compare and contrast the two for potential new users. Building on their presentation, and from …

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